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The ethics of looking away
Dick Warburton says his personal views sceptical of climate change had no bearing on his review of the renewable energy target scheme.
People do it. So do chimpanzees, bonobos and baboons. Even dogs do it: They yawn when someone near them yawns. But why? Scientists believe it’s a sign that these...
The tricky psychiatric diagnosis is getting a lot of attention, which is exactly what it wants.
As NASA’s New Horizons mission heads to Pluto, scientists could get an idea of what to expect by studying Triton, Neptune’s strange icy moon.
With another showdown looming at September’s International Whaling Commission meet, is it déjà vu all over again for Japanese whaling watchers?
If you thought trying to get a groggy teenager out of bed in time for school each morning was your own private struggle, you thought wrong.
Chinese authorities says the country’s extensive terrestrial surveillance network helps to deter crime and maintain “social stability,” though critics say it...
Researchers have identified a new culprit in the epidemic of childhood obesity: parents who can’t even tell that their pudgy kids are overweight.
Today the pendulum of science defends breakfast skippers.
'If you were born before 1985, then you know what life is like both with the internet and without. You are making the pilgrimage from Before to After.'
Who knew that having sex on the beach — or other far-flung tourist destinations — could be so complicated?

Comment: Always talk to strangers

People who know and trust their neighbors are less likely to have heart attacks. New research builds on the understated health benefits of a sense of belonging...
The World Well-Being Project uses Facebook updates to correlate language with personality traits.
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Today marks 75 years since Prime Minister Robert Menzies broadcast his message announcing Australia had answered Britain's call to join the Allies in World War Two.
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The Dalai Lama hopes that democratic changes in China may not be too far off, and he’s “quite definite” that he’ll see his Tibetan homeland again.
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In a scenario more usually associated with its cousin, cricket, a baseball game in Japan dragged on for four days with two high school teams slogging it out over...
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An East Kimberley facility which has helped reduce rates of domestic violence in the community by as much as 35 per cent is now in line for a prestigious national...
Does surrogacy reduce women to breeders and children to objects that can be exchanged? Some people are calling for commercial surrogacy to be banned.

Explainer: what is casual racism?

Everyday racism is so commonplace that it’s often normalised and infused into daily conversations through jokes and stereotypes or through unconscious body...